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Old 09-28-2011, 11:41 PM   #11
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The liner actually refers to the blocker rings, in a t45 that is stock the blocker rings are composed of a paper/organic liner, when the synchromesh fluid is used the additives in the synchromesh actually increase the deteroation of the liners. Aftermarket "Built" transmission or some more modern transmissions use a carbon/kevlar liner for the blocker rings where the synchromesh will be suitable.
I did not know any of that. I guess we learn something everyday. Thanks for the explanation man. I guess we'll find out how much damage this stuff does when I can no longer shift it. I wouldn't care much if it did blow up. Gives me a reason to buy a built trans.
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Old 09-29-2011, 06:19 AM   #12
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I did not know any of that. I guess we learn something everyday. Thanks for the explanation man. I guess we'll find out how much damage this stuff does when I can no longer shift it. I wouldn't care much if it did blow up. Gives me a reason to buy a built trans.
I actually bought 4 quarts of RP synchromesh before i researched it, then I found that and never put it in. I mean who knows how long it would even take to mess up the liner, but i decided just stick with the ATF cause my wallet cant afford to find out right now especially considering the mileage on my t45.
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1997, 3650, atf, cobra, combo, dexmerc, gm, pennzoil, redline, svt, synchromesh, syncromesh, t45, tr, tr3650, transmision, transmission

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